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New Pet – Now What?

January 31, 2021

You’ve prepared your home (see our previous blog: Bringing Home Baby,) and your new puppy or kitten will be here any day. Now its time to start strategizing your pet’s…

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Preparing for Your New Pet

January 16, 2021

  So you’re in the process of adopting, or you’ve found a reputable breeder and are on the waiting list for a new puppy or kitten – how exciting! You…

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Finding a Good Breeder

January 4, 2021

  There are many excellent ways to add a new four-legged friend to your family, and we encourage you to start by checking out local rescues and shelters (there are…

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Getting to know: Dr. Amanda Solie!

October 29, 2020

This week we’re learning more about our newest doctor, Amanda Solie. Dr. Solie acquired her undergrad degree from the University of WI-River Falls, and completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine…

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Getting to know: Sydney!

July 16, 2020

Next in our “catch-up” series highlighting our newest staff is Sydney, one of our amazing Veterinary Assistants! She’s worked for Grand Avenue Veterinary Center since September of 2018, and her…

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Getting to Know: Dr. Luke Daley!

June 18, 2020

  We’ve been remiss in introducing you to our wonderful new staff – in fact, we haven’t posted a blog about them in almost TWO YEARS! So forgive us as…

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Black Fly Bite Fright!

June 4, 2020

Warm weather means trips to dog parks and more time spent outdoors for you and your pup. But starting in mid-May, those lush fields can also contain some newly-awoken critters…

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COVID-19 : Preparing for your visit

March 22, 2020

Dear clients of Grand Avenue Veterinary Center, Our practice remains open to serve the community and we have made some changes to ensure we can do so. These…

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Children and Pets

November 15, 2018

Whether you live with children of any age, or have them over as guests in your home, it is important to know several things. Many interactions between children and animals…

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